Hello all, I've currently got an Asrock Q77M vPro motherboard for my i7 2600k. I've owned this processor since 2011 when it came out and I believe it will be more than adequate for anything I throw at it (general app usage, music production, not gaming), especially if I can tweak it up a bit. I used to run it at 4.8Ghz peak on an old Intel skulltrail board, but that died a number of years ago and was replaced with the asrock. So now i've managed to fix my nvme boot problem, it's made me interested in getting the most out of what i've got, and to do that I need a new motherboard that supports overclocking. I really need help your help with options! I would like to again have a reliable ~4.8ghz system if possible. So far I am looking at: Asrock Z77M Pro: Has a few more connections Con: Only two DIMM slots, which means I would need to buy new RAM Gigabyte GA-Z77M-D3H Pro: Doesn't require me to buy new RAM; has AMI BIOS Con: Don't have any experience with gigabyte Asus P8Z77-M Pro: Doesn't require me to buy new RAM; has AMI BIOS Con: n/a Needs/Wants: Need: Must be uATX to fit in existing case Need: 2x PCI-e, 1x PCI slots (usable with a double-width video card) Need: AMI BIOS so I can hack it to support nvme boot if required Want: Upgrade path to 32GB RAM if possible Want: To buy as few additional/replacement components as possible Supporting Components: Intel i7 2600k CPU Corsair 105 Hydro AIO Cooler Corsair Carbide 240 case 4x 4GB Corsair Vengeance 1333Mhz DDR3 (not too impressed) Asus Strix GTX960 video card RME 9632 sound card Random PCI-E/nvme adapter with Samsung XP941 for boot Samsung 850 Pro SATA SSD for data Not sure which PSU, most likely a Corsair 650W or similar Really appreciate any useful information to help me make a decision. There's life in this old kit still.